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Greenbo lake

Discussion in 'Central United States' started by mullannix930, May 24, 2015.

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  1. mullannix930

    mullannix930 Solo Diver

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    Greenbo Lake (northeast KY) now has one, soon to be two, training platform. It is at 10 feet. The second will be closer to 20 feet. Also a nav and buoyancy course are getting ready to be placed.
     
  2. drrich2

    drrich2 Solo Diver

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    Good news. Has anybody been doing classes there so far?

    Richard.
     
  3. mullannix930

    mullannix930 Solo Diver

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    There have been a few in the last year, but the platform just got on the bottom. I have been in contact with an instructor in Dayton who is looking to bring some students though.
     
  4. drrich2

    drrich2 Solo Diver

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    If you can hit a critical mass of users, it could help keep the site open for the long haul. Inland courses are often taught on dedicated scuba quarries with an entrance fee. What fee is there to use the Greenbo site? If it's a good deal cheaper...

    Richard.
     
  5. mullannix930

    mullannix930 Solo Diver

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    $15 per diver per day, but if an instructor has students that pay, the instructor is free. If I could get air fill on sight I think it would help but that's expensive.
     
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